On his way back from the NATO Summit in Newport, Obama decided to swing by prehistoric Stonehenge.
He spent more than 20 minutes within the site.
He was even able to get right up close to the stones.
So every person who has visited Stonehenge before is feeling a little bit hurt right now.
And of course as Stonehenge is right next to the frequently congested hellhole called the A303.
Everyone is wondering how on earth he got there.
One determined family decided to go to Stonehenge to see what the fuss was about.
Which led to this photograph being taken.
The tweeter Janice Raffle told ITV News "at that point he shook our hands and asked if we lived in the area... he asked our names too as he's a polite man."